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Singularity is a movie starring Julian Schaffner, John Cusack, and Carmen Argenziano. Earth 2019, 3/4 of it's households have a robot. The AI supercomputer, Kronos, considers humans the biggest threat to Earth. A century later, few...

Sci-Fi, Drama, Adventure, Action
Robert Kouba
Eileen Grubba, Carmen Argenziano, Julian Schaffner, John Cusack

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Genres Sci-Fi, Drama, Adventure, Action
Director Robert Kouba
Writer Sebastian Cepeda, Robert Kouba, Robert Kouba
Stars Eileen Grubba, Carmen Argenziano, Julian Schaffner, John Cusack
Country Switzerland, USA
Also Known As Kronos, le soulèvement des robots, クロノス・コントロール, Kronos: Solutia extrema, Aurora, Attack of the Robots, Cyber Choc, Kronos: O Fim da Humanidade?
Runtime 1 h 32 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In 2020, Elias van Dorne (John Cusack), CEO of VA Industries, the world's largest robotics company, introduces his most powerful invention--Kronos, a super computer designed to end all wars. When Kronos goes online, it quickly determines that mankind, itself, is the biggest threat to world peace and launches a worldwide robot attack to rid the world of the "infection" of man. Ninety-seven years later, a small band of humans remain alive but on the run from the robot army. A teenage boy, Andrew (Julian Schaffner) and a teenage girl, Calia (Jeannine Wacker), form an unlikely alliance to reach a new world, where it is rumored mankind exists without fear of robot persecution. But does this world actually exist? And will they live long enough to find out?

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Monday, 11 May 2020 21:44

A bold, rambling, and not too critical look at the ending of the universe, 'Singularity' begins with a kick ass first half that blends humor, sci-fi, action, and even romance into a story that'll have you guessing at the end. It also has some pretty strong philosophical implications. The film's second half is a bit of a letdown, as it gets too dark for its own good, and even the action in it can't keep up with the philosophical and political themes that the first half has set up. It's too cliche and inauthentic, and the first half could have easily been trimmed down to about an hour and a half and still would have been a better movie. But it's still a fun movie, and does help set up the grand idea that makes the whole film. It's hard to pinpoint exactly why 'Singularity' is so good, but there are a couple of good things in the film that don't make you think too hard about it. The one-liner, the one-liner, the one-liner, the one-liner. It's a mix of the many things that make the film work. The one-liner is one of them. I love the one-liner. There are a lot of ways to use one-liners, but the one-liner is probably the most common and best one, and it's always great. It's also a great vehicle for Peter Weller. I have to admit that I've always been a big fan of the actor. It's really surprising to me how he got such a wide following. He's a good actor, and he plays a good character. But he can also play any character, and he does just that here. He plays the hard-drinking, religious, drunk, vengeful, and in the end even charming doofus, Brother Jacob, with an actor's believability that's a lot more than I've seen from a lot of actors. But in some ways, he's a lot better than the actors that I've seen before him. He gives Jacob a personality, and it's just great to see him work that persona into the character. I also love the idea that Jacob is a person who has gotten far away from the religion, and instead is a fundamentalist Christian. He lives in a massive house that he buys for a reasonable price, with a bunch of religious members, and his wife is a Christian (the mother of the family is one, and the son is one). He has a business in the city that he keeps himself in, but in the end, it's not all about him. It's all about the religion and the followers. It's very refreshing to see a movie that does not use the religious elements to push a point. There are many movies that do that, but 'Singularity' makes it work. But even though the film has a lot of good things going for it, it's still not great. I still don't like the first half that much, and even though the second half works, I still don't like it as much. It's still a great film, but it's not a great film by any stretch of the imagination.<|endof

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